BCLM Works on Paper, Legal, Boxes 22-24

BCLM Works on Paper, Legal, Boxes 22-24

Box 22

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

The Baltimore Sun

July 16, 1939

print

MD10420

Page from The Baltimore Sun with front page story, "Baltimore's Early Birds - They Flew!" Picture of Old Lord Baltimore II.

Guide to Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

1873

print

MD5404

"Guide to Baltimore and Ohio Railroad" by John T. King.

Chimes Rhymes and Jingles

December 25, 1873

print

MD5161

Title page: "Mother Goose's Chimes, Rhymes and Jingles, which contains the remainder of Mother Goose's Songs. Edited and Illustrated by Charles H. Bennett, and others.

Reverend Dr. John L. Deaton Plaque

June 11, 1961

print

MC5028

Cover: "Unveiling of the Bronze Plaque in memory of the Reverend Dr. John L. Deaton June 11, 1961 Christ English Lutheran Church Charles and Hill Streets, Baltimore, Md. Includes photograph of plaque and order of service.

Baltimore, Our Baltimore

1915

print

MD5301

Three original drafts, including the final, of Baltimore's Municipal Anthem, "Baltimore, Our Baltimore" by Folger McKinsey also known as The "Benztown Bard."

Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage

April 28-May 5, 1946

print

MD5302

Title: "Ninth Annual Maryland House and Garden Tour." The tour includes famous Maryland houses and gardens offered by the Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland in order to raise funds for the Hammond Harwood House in Annapolis.

Plan of Baltimore

1852

print

MD5305

Front and back covers of the "Plan of Baltimore" published by Fielding Lucas Jr.

The Baltimore Sun

May 26, 1946

print

MD5346

Two pages from The Sun Magazine. The cover page features new author at the time Dorothy Erskine. There is also a piece on the Washington Monument.

The Baltimore Sun

no date

print

MD5364

A page from The Sun Magazine. One side has the article, "Old Fire Engines Never Die" by Thomas J. O'Donnell. The opposite side contains an article titled, "Straight As A String" by Margaret Dempsey discussing posture as an "essential characteristic of the good teacher...according to Towson State Teachers College."

The Baltimore Sun

April 28, 1946

print

MD5375

A page from The Sun Magazine with a story about and photographs of Baltimore's Big Ben, "the 7,403 pound bell which tolls the hours…" by Hans Marx.

Rebels Destroying the Chesapeake

ca. 1800s

engraving

MD5403

Engraving titled, "The Rebels Destroying the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal." Taken from a newspaper.

Box 23

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

Officer Candidates Club

ca. 1900s

print

MD5461

Contains multiple items including three copies of a small card describing the Officer Candidates Club, a paper listing the Committee on Civilian Cooperation (Harry Elkins Parkhurst, Chariman; Harold Holmes Wrenn, Treasurer; and Theodore J. Hahn, Secretary), and short biographical sketches of Harry E. Parkhurst and Alice Sophia Parkhurst, M.D.

The Baltimore Sun

June 16, 1946

print

MD5465

A page of The Sun Magazine with an article about Mrs. John Work Garrett titled, "Patron and Painter" by Carol Wharton.

The Baltimore Sun

May 12, 1946

print

MD5467

Contains three pages from The Sun Magazine with the story "Hans Schuler: Monument Maker" by Amelia Muller.

Holiday Street Theatre

January 16, 1888

print

MD5477

Ad for "The Begum A Hindoo Comic Opera…Presented by the McCaull Opera Company…" Lists the cast as well.

Military Mail Certificate

May 15, 1945

certificate

MG5541.2

Document certifying that the items mailed by Corporal James A. Montgomery (a German flag) conform with the policies and do not containe any firearms capable of being concealed. Signed by Captain C.B. Townes.

Murals in the Baltimore Court House

1912

print

MD5610

Contains photographs and short historical notes of the murals housed in the Baltimore Courthouse.

Merchants and Miners Line

ca. 1920s

print

MD5687

Small book containing various photographs of areas on board the vessel including the music room, social hall, and dance floor.The material also depicts available games for guests such as shuffle board and ring toss.

WWI Victory Celebration

April 5, 1919

program

MD5689

Title page: "Victory. To celebrate our victorious peace, and to recall the pleasant memories that keep green the fine friendships formed through the exercise of the privilege to have a share in the war work in the State of Maryland, Mr. and Mrs. Van-Lear Black have asked you to dine with them on this day that marks the close of the second year of America's triumphant participation in the war 1917-1919."

Message of the Honorable George William Brown

January 7, 1861

print

MD5691

Cover: "Message of the Hon. Geo. Wm. Brown, Mayor of Baltimore, to the First and Second Branches of the City Council." Booklet belonged to Thomas H. Morris Esquire.

Dr. Adolf Meyer Banquet

April 16, 1937

program

MD5692

Banquet held in honor of Dr. Adolf Meyer's seventieth birthday and the beginning of his twenty-fifth year as Director of the Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic at the Belvedere Hotel. Contains order of events, menu for the evening and guest seating list.

Captain R.T. Merrick Complimentary Supper

January 26, 1857

menu

MD5694

"Complimentary Supper, at Barnum's City Hotel. Baltimore, January 26, 1857. Tendered to Captain Richard T. Merrick, on the eve of his departure for his New Home in the West."

Charles Willson Peale and the American Revolution

1896

print

MD5696

Cover: "Charles Willson Peale and His Public Services During the American Revolution" by Charles Albert Peale. It was a paper presented before the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution in the District of Columbia.

Box 24

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

Portraits of Poe

ca. 1900s

engraving

MD1045

Two portraits of Edgar Allan Poe. One engraved by F. Chilflact entitled "Edgar Poe" and the second, a more familiar image of Poe, entitled "A New Portrait of Edgar Allan Poe," engraver unknown. 

Daguerreotype Derivatives of Poe

ca. 1900s

engraving

MD1045

Contains approximately seventeen engravings/daguerreotype derivatives of Edgar Allan Poe. One engraving is after Samuel Osgood's 1844 life portrait. Modern engravings include those of G.K. Harris, T. Johnson and Lewis Lefort.

Osgood Poe Portrait Derivatives

ca. 1900s

engraving

MD1045

Contains six engravings/derivatives of Edgar Allan Poe all based off of the 1844 life portrait done by S.S. Osgood. Two are engraved by A.W. Graham, two by J. Sartain, one by F. Halpin, and the last is unknown.

Smith Poe Portrait Derivatives

ca. 1900s

engraving

MD1045

Contains six engravings/derivatives of Edgar Allan Poe all based off of the 1843 life portrait done by A.C. Smith, purportedly the "earliest authentic painted portrait of Poe."

Poe Material

ca. 1900s

print

MD1045

Contains various items related to Edgar Allan Poe including the article, "Poe as the Melancholy Victim of Himself" by Augusta Shuford for the New York Times Book Review, January 21, 1923; a miniature engraving of Poe from 1910 based on a life portrait by J.A. McDougall done about 1846; a photograph and engraving of the Poe cottage in Fordham, New York; and an article from T.P.'s Magazine entitled "Edgar Allan Poe the Supreme Realist" by Arthur Machen.

Baltimore Female College

ca. 1800s

print

MC2792

Newspaper ad for the Baltimore Female College located at "No. 53 St. Paul Street, Baltimore." Includes short historical sketch of college and lists faculty and expenses.

Baltimore's Sesqui-Centennial

October 11-16, 1880

program

MD5728

Cover: "Souvenir of Baltimore's Sesqui-Centennial, October 11th to 16th, 1880." Contains "Programme of the Eight Days of Spectacle and Festivity," "Participants in Trade Display" and list of contributors to event. Includes engraving of Ferdinand C. Latrobe, then Mayor of Baltimore.

Colonel William H. Watson

ca. 1800s

engraving

CC2873

Engraving of William H. Watson (1808-1846), Colonel Baltimore Battalion, "Killed at Battle of Monterey."

Major Samuel Ringgold

ca. 1800s

engraving

CC2874

Engraving of Major Samuel B. Ringgold (1796-1846) who was killed at the Battle of Palo Alto.

The Will of Mary Washington

May 20, 1788

print

MD5715

The Will of Mary Washington, mother of General George Washington.

Progress in Baltimore

1957

print

MD5921

Cover: "Progress in Baltimore 1947-1957 By Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro, Jr." Contains photographs and information regarding the construction of new buildings in Baltimore such as hospitals and schools.

The Gavel Club of Baltimore and the Constellation

1939-1940

print

MD1128

Contains material related to the efforts made by The Gavel Club of Baltimore to return the old ship, "Constellation," home to Baltimore.

Baltimore's 150th Anniversary

October 11-19, 1880

print

MD5712

Booklet listing committees involved in Baltimore's 150th Anniversary Celebration, 1730-1880.

Mayor Ferdinand C. Latrobe

October 3, 1880

print

MD5721

Newspaper clipping with accompanying engraving of Honorary Ferdinand C. Latrobe, Mayor of Baltimore from Leslie's Weekly. Clipping offers brief biographical sketch of Latrobe.

Wednesday Club

April 25, 1878

program

MD5746

Small flyer/program for the Wednesday Club presenting the comedy "Our Boys!" Provides list of characters with some of the actor's names pencilled in.

James Ryder Randall

ca. 1906

print

MD5747

Article titled, "Some Southern Writers James Ryder Randall [1839-1908]" by Kate Alma Orgain for the Taylor-Trotwood Magazine.

The S.S. Sparrows Point

October 17, 1942

program

MD5842

Cover: "The S.S. Sparrows Point 'Our Ship' Hailing Port Baltimore." Contains list of launching ceremonies at Bethlehem-Sparrows Point Shipyard, Inc.

View of Baltimore

ca. 1800s

print

MB7661

Newspaper engraving of Baltimore, a view from the bay.

 

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